Third Attack on Titan x CoD: Warzone Bundle Was Supposedly Scrapped

Recent data mine showcases the Colossal Titan skin from the unreleased third bundle from the collaboration.

Call of Duty: Warzone has been one of the biggest games across the world for some while. It has a huge player base and the player count just keeps increasing. A big reason for this player base is the copious amount of content that the game gets. From skins to guns and new maps, Activision updates the game all year round. Media tie-ins from popular movies and television shows are another major part of the game. One of these collaborations was with the famous anime, Attack on Titan, which got a major bundle in-game. Recently, a new leak suggests that another bundle in this partnership existed as well.

Apparently, a third Attack on Titan bundle in Call of Duty: Warzone was due for release, according to the data miner, CODSploitz. They show an MVP Highlight which is originally from the colossal Titan skin package. It appears as an end-game screen and shows which players got the most kills and such. However, this third package didn’t see the light of day and Activision just discarded it for whatever reason.

Instead, developers used this highlight for the Godzilla x King Kong event in Call of Duty: Warzone. The data miner says that this move might originally have been for the Colossal Titan bundle. Calling Cards for this bundle are already present in the Armored Titan skin package. So, it seems like Activision just re-purposed the original Colossal Titan skin bundle for the Godzilla x King Kong event, and the similarities are there to see.

The move we see in this end-game screen is the one King Kong uses in the Godzilla x Kong event bundle. We can also hear Godzilla’s scream but that might or might not be edited. Hence, CODSploitz might be right in their assessment of this third bundle. It was going to release for Call of Duty: Warzone but underwent a complete change into another content pack.

Reaction from players to this news might tell us why Activision might have scrapped this Attack on Titan collaboration. Players did not like the first two bundles from the anime that came into the game. The common consensus was that the collaboration did not do the characters justice. Considering how the game made Levi look like a middle-aged Japanese man, the players might have a point.

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